Am I right in thinking that the Chromebook Pixel is the cheapest retina-class laptop you can buy? Is there an equivalent in the Windows world?
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- Remember, "Retina" is just a term referring to any display in which you can't distinguish individual pixels from a normal viewing distance. For phones, this limit is 300+ PPI. For tablets, it's about 250 PPI. For laptops (which are a lot farther from your eyes), it's about 165-170 PPI.
So many Windows laptops, such as the Asus Zenbook Prime, actually are indeed "Retina"-class.Feb 21, 2013